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  • Pros And Cons Of Electronic Voting

    return allowing a faster, and more efficient election. It is also convenient for the people voting, and the people counting the votes. However, with everything regarding technology it has numerous vulnerabilities present at all times. It allows easier access to hackers, and allows hacks to become prevalent. No matter how secure (or lack thereof) technology can always be hacked. And because of this alone I believe technology should not be used when nominating a…

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  • Social Media Privacy Case Study

    However, unlike the third parties who are granted access through the application itself, Skype claims the government must file a formal request in order to receive information such as credit card numbers, names, and addresses. Anticipating the response of users over giving the government their information…

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  • Diversification Strategy Of Google

    Amazon a company that deals in downloading books, music and videos, offers google competition in the provision of content. The technology for providing relevant searches to end users, thus competition has become stiff. Therefore, google has to develop new ways to remain ahead of its competitors. So google has gone to develop its technological expertise as its key resource. (Centindamar, 2013). Currently as the leader in the industry, Google is attracting the best and the brightest. However,…

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  • Measuring Knowledge Retention

    Methodology and Methods Methodology The basis of my research is to determine in what ways students retain knowledge in a face-to-face and eLearning environment. I will first examine how students are motivated and engaged, and then research what strategies and methods are used to measure knowledge retention. There are two major approaches to research: qualitative and quantitative research. Yilmaz (2013) explains the difference between qualitative and quantitative research “in terms of their…

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  • Essay On Zero Day

    Many years ago, much of society may have envisioned a future with flying cars and robots that shared the Earth with humans. While this has yet to occur, technology is leaps and bounds beyond what it was imagined to be at this point. With technological advancement comes a necessity to secure it; and for some, exploit it. Zero day exploits employed for economic or military advantage; cyber crime, cyber terrorism and threats to SCADA systems; meta-data collected and used by the private sector and…

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  • The Importance Of Cybersecurity For The Future

    The Importance of Cybersecurity for the Future December 25th, 2014, a DDoS attack lands on major companies Sony and Microsoft. The result? Their servers were shut down for time varied on ranging from twenty-four hours to a few weeks. A DDoS is a distributed denial of service attack, and it is illegal. These attack are meant to take down companies’ servers. All of this could have been prevented if these companies focused more on their security rather than their profits. The group responsible for…

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  • Barnes And Nobles Optimal Grand Strategy Analysis

    Barnes and Noble have attempted to form a strategic partnership with Microsoft, who ultimately invested $300 million in Barnes and Noble Nook devices (Papavasileiou, 2016). However, this joint venture did not turn things around as the Nook did not attract any new customers for Barnes and Noble. As a result, Barnes and Noble and Microsoft parted ways (Papavasileiou, 2016). Despite failed efforts of joining with Microsoft, Barnes and Noble teamed up with Google's Shopping Express (Papavasileiou…

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  • Video Game Industry Analysis

    The electronic game industry also known as the video game industry is the economic sector involved with the development, marketing, and sales of video games. The big gaming industry companies include Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo. In 2014, there were more than 135 million games sold with sales revenue of $22 billion in the U.S. The data shows the average gamers is 35 years old, with 44 percent being female. Around 155 million Americans regularly play video games, with each household having an…

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  • Interest Profiler Reflection Paper

    The interest profiler gave me three areas with high scores: Artistic score 27, Enterprising score 29, and Conventional score 33. I have many of the skills required for the jobs on the listed. The jobs that I chose from the list of Job Zone high job preparation, are for a person with a bachelor’s degree. The Regulatory Affairs Managers, and the Human Resources Managers. These are the two that I would agree with, and I know that I like them both, and can do them both. Looking at the required…

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  • Differences Between Java And Java

    actions and data instead of logic. These objects are modeled off both the state and behavior of real world objects. They can exchange information with one another or can be combined with each other into blocks. The objects also have procedures that can access and modify the data of the object they are in. The programs are designed for the objects to interact with each other. Java Java developed by Sun Microsystems in the early 1990s and was originally called OAK. They had five goals for its…

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